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  • People In The City
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    Contrast / Comparison of A Country Lifesytle vs. A City Lifestyle The country lifestyle and city lifestyle have a lot of differences, so we saw them such as work, the environment and the entertainment. Let me tell about these below. The first difference is work. Both of them people usually work, but how they work different. To begin with, farmers work outside and harvest. Employee of the company work inside and work on machine. Second, the country has small markets and the city has big markets. ...
  • City Of Huntington
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    Abstract This paper introduces the City of Huntington, and briefly discusses its founding. It also explains how the 1937 flood of the Ohio River had a severe impact on Huntington and the people that lived there. This Essay also speaks of the damage in numbers of the flood and the steps taken to prevent this devastating incident from happening again. Finally, the essay discusses how that there is a message to be derived from the survival of this flood; to inhibit the chance of disaster in the cas...
  • Their Argument Against Compact Cities
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    Reaction Paper: Are Compact Cities a Desirable Planning Goal? The article written by Peter Gordon and Harry W. Richardson entitled; Are Compact Cities a Desirable Planning Goal? shows various arguments against the reason for compact cities to become implemented. They use the city of Toronto in the beginning of the article to compare it with cities in the United States. Throughout the article many topics and arguments are discussed which are; agricultural land, density preferences, energy glut, t...
  • Poor People In New York City
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    Poverty is defined as the deprivation with reference to socially accepted norms. Historically poverty has been a rural phenomenon. In the past cities for the most part housed society's elite whereas the poor were secluded to the rural areas. The industrial revolution saw a shift in this trend. People began to migrate to the great cities of the world in large numbers. Poverty that was once considered a rural phenomenon increasingly became an urban reality. Recent estimates reveal that by 2015, th...
  • Pollution And Urban Problems
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    Urban problems are pollution, (air, water, soil) rapid population growth, growing poverty, political impact of problems and unequal distribution of wealth. Some cities are trying to get rid of these problems by doing projects. Lima, Peru for example, has a self-help housing co-op where people were given a desert area to live on. They slowly developed roads, water, electricity, homes, trees, and gardens. This project provided homes for over 20000 poor people. Denmark also has co-housing projects....
  • Life In The City Of Flint
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    This is a critique of' Roger And Me', a documentary by Michael Moore. This is a film about a city that at one time had a great economy. The working class people lived the American dream. The majority of people in this town worked at the large GM factory. The factory is what gave these people security in their middle working class home life. Life in the city of Flint was good until Roger Smith the CEO of GM decided to close the factory. This destroyed the city. Violent crime became the highest in...
  • People Of New York City
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    "What we need" Summer Olympics a venue that the world looks forward to every 4 years. Various sports that athletes train hard for day in and day out to achieve the coveted gold medal. An opportunity arises the chance for a given city; "your city" to hold the 2012 summer Olympic games. One dilemma, the city that they might pick is in dire need for psychological and physical uplifting. Is this the right opportunity to do so for the city of New York and try to give new life too much changed city af...
  • People In The Cities
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    Medieval towns were very small, leaving very little room for expanding, therefore the roads, and the houses were very small. Since the houses were made out of wood and were so close together the risk of a big fire was great because the fires were always in the house. Even though the town was built so close together that wasn't the worst part. Since the people back then had not come out with water and sewage systems, people threw out all their waste into the middle of the street where other peopl...
  • Great City Of The Greatest People
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    Chicago has been the fastest growing city of the world. "The city of the Century" is the name given to this historic city. It is a great city of the greatest people who devoted almost their whole life to this city. Jane Addams, Florence Kelley, Clarence Darrow, Mary McDowell, Thorstein Veblen, Albert Parsons, Ida B. Wells, George Pullman, Louis Sullivan and Danker Adler are few of the people among them. No large city even Peter the Great's St. Petersburg had ever grown as fast as Chicago. Right ...
  • Should Gambling Be Legalized
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    Should Gambling Be Legalized? Gambling is the risking of money or other possessions that's mostly depends on chance and luck, even tough some forms of gambling may be influenced by skills. Some stereotypical forms of gambling are found in casinos they include: roulette, blackjack, craps, poker, slots and many others. Nevertheless, there are other forms of gambling that people would not even consider them so such as playing the lottery. Gambling has been very popular since the beginning of time w...
  • City After The Yellow Fever Hit
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    Racial Tension in Fever With the racial tension as high as it was in Philadelphia at the time of the Fever, one would think that any common enemy or goal would bring everybody together. However, when the illness known as the Fever hit the city, prejudice rose to different heights. Prejudice and racism is bad enough as it is. However, the citizens of Philadelphia were making it look like they wanted the blacks and immigrants to come back into the city. They told the blacks that they could come ba...
  • Problems Of Mexico City The Principal Problems
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    The Problems of Mexico City The principal problems now facing Mexico City are its overcrowding and overpopulation, its dangerous environment, its dwindling water supply, and its terrible air pollution. One of Mexico City's problems is that it has an enormous population that continues to rapidly increase every day. There are many people that move to Mexico City and many people that are born there every year. These factors contribute even more to its overcrowding and overpopulation. Another proble...
  • Love With A City In Jazz By Toni Morrison
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    The City For all people in all societies the characteristics of the land are portrayed by the people and those places from which they live. The setting can act as an influence on people and can be just as strong as a parental figure, but this influence is not always positive. It can corrupt, blind and institutionalize all those in its reach. This form of influence is emphasized in the book Jazz, written by Toni Morrison, with the contrast between the city life and it's inhabitants. Before the Ha...
  • People Like The Cemetery
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    Constructing a cemetery is very useful for many reasons. People in Gotham City should construct a cemetery instead of a monument because people will use it, people will visit it and people will remember it. People in Gotham City need a cemetery than a monument. A cemetery will bring people happier. Many people should prefer to construct a cemetery. A monument will not be helpful for the people in that city. First, constructing a cemetery will be useful for many people in Gotham City because peop...
  • Cities Would The Human Race
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    Cities: Good or Bad The invention and rise of the city was both the best and the worst the human race has ever done. There are two opinions on the subject and I believe both are valid. In one corner people say that cities ruined man's already perfect way of life. They believe cities led to many flaws we have in society today and that humans would be better off without them. On the other hand, some people believe that cities are the best thing that could have happened to our planet. They say that...
  • Ticket's State Patrol Ot City Police
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    Knock! Knock! Tap! Tap! License and regerstration please. Where is the emergency son The speed limit is 55 mph. Not 120 Mph. This is a highway not the Autobahn son. This is DPS not the city police. I will let you off with a warning this time I will take you to Jail for criminal driving. Are all cops like this Some are and some aren't. Let's see if they are. People get certain kinds of cops mixed up alot. For instance when people get pulled over by a DPS officer people call them PIGS but they are...
  • Large Quantities In Overpopulated Cities
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    The Increasing Problem of Overpopulation While driving down the highway during "rush hour", one would most likely encounter the horrors of having too many people in one area. While it may seem that the road is somehow inadequate or maybe a car accident has occurred, the problem is most likely the fact that there is no way to compensate for the large number of people traveling on the highway. This type of situation is not only found on the road but almost anywhere in a large city. As time progres...
  • Quality Of Life Push Factors Sometimes People
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    ' Steps to follow: Name the city: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil General facts about Rio de Janeiro... 10 million people live in Rio de Janeiro (once the capital of Brazil)... Of these up to 2 million live in favela, the Brazilian name for shanty towns... Many of these are newcomers living in the very poorest conditions. Have a look at this image of a shanty town, a new favela on the north side of the city. Favela on the northern edge of Rio de Janeiro (c) BBC Describe what the shanty town is like. Use ...
  • Bushman People Walk
    501 words
    In the movie, The Gods Must Be Crazy, showed a clash of two diffrent cultures. The two cultures are very close together but nothing alike. Two elements of culture that cause the clash between the primitive society and the advanced society, were technology and religion. Technology is the inventions that improve everyday life. The tools that a culture has reflects the advancement of culture. Primitive had simple or crude technology, and the advanced society has industrialized technology. A variabl...
  • City
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    Australia is already the most urbanized nation on earth per capita, Although there will always be something about the bush, It has a rich quality about it that is almost impossible to hold on to in the city setting. It is why many choose to stay on the land to raise their families. Along with the conveniences of the shops being just around the corner, and the neighbour being just across the road with inner city living come the downsides. One of the biggest difficulties with city life is the brea...

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